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Is there a not (!) operator in regexp? - Stack Overflow,2010年10月5日 — There's no not operator in Java regular expressions like there is in Perl.

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Regex for matching something if it is not preceded by ...

2021年5月5日 — With regex in Java, I want to write a regex that will match if and only if the pattern is not preceded by certain characters. For example:
Regex for string not ending with given suffix - Stack Overflow

2013年5月6日 — I have not been able to find a proper regex to match any string not ending with some condition. For example, I don't want to match anything ...
Regular expression to match a line that doesn't contain a word

The notion that regex doesn't support inverse matching is not entirely true. You can mimic this behavior by using negative look-arounds: ^((?!hede).)*$.
Regex not required [duplicate] - Stack Overflow

Try using the following regex, which matches both your expected string and empty string: [a-zA-Z]2}[0-9]1}[2-8]1}|^$. Java code:
Regex for "AND NOT" operation - Stack Overflow

This will match any character that is a word and is not a p : ((?=[^p])-w). To solve your example, use a negative look-ahead for My ...
RegEx match open tags except XHTML self-contained tags

Locked. There are disputes about this answer's content being resolved at this time. It is not currently accepting new interactions. You can't parse [X]HTML ...
Regex not separating n't (not) - Stack Overflow

Trying to parse natural language perfectly with a regular expression is never going to be perfect. Language contains too many quirks and ...
Match string not containing string - Regex TesterDebugger

Regular Expression to Given a list of strings (words or other characters), only return the strings that do not match.
Is there a not (!) operator in regexp? - Stack Overflow

2010年10月5日 — There's no not operator in Java regular expressions like there is in Perl.
Regex not operator - Stack Overflow

Not quite, although generally you can usually use some workaround on one of the forms. [^abc] , which is character by character not a or b ...